Fire on Waterbus – eyewitness report HERE IS THE CULPRIT From Kathleen Edgar – Eyewitness I took this a few days ago and it’s filthy, an indication of why the cabin stinks of foul air. Legionnaires eat your heart out Just in. It has been reported to me that […] Continue reading
One Nation candidate for election to visit SMBI Just a very brief ‘heads up’, there is another candidate on the election. Steve Dickson is no stranger to our neck if the woods, having owned a caravan park in Thornlands. In conversation with Steve, he mentioned that he plans […] Continue reading
Petition being raised to find alternatives to vehicle parking for islanders at Redland Bay. Ian Olsson has raised an E-Petition. Link at the bottom. Posting Date: 12/03/2019 Closing Date: 9/06/2019 TO: The Honourable the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland Queensland residents draws to the attention of the […] Continue reading
Emerald Moon on Weinam Creek meeting “I was honoured to join locals at the Weinam Creek rally on Sunday and support their right to have their voices heard. “While not necessarily a federal responsibility, this issue is emblematic of key concerns that keep popping up for me as the local […] Continue reading
Queen’s Baton Relay Cleveland Community Celebration When: Saturday 31 March 2018 from 8:30am-12:30pm Where: Community Celebration – Raby Bay Harbour Park, Shore St West, Cleveland Baton Route: Starting at the Cleveland Point Reserve 9am and travelling to Waterloo St Cleveland (stopping at Raby Bay Harbour Park around 9:40am) Photography […] Continue reading
SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE Produced by Directed by Darrell (The Flying Scotsman) FREE FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT At the Macleay Island Primary School Saturday 10th March at dusk (about 6.45pm) Bring the Family and make a night of it Phone Darrell 0423 856 407 Tuck Shop Open Food and Drinks AvailableContinue reading
Where did the ticket office go? I was digging around and found this gem. Dated August 2012, it even outlines the draft plan, almost in it’s entirety – except for the ticket office which was shown to us, but never appeared in reality! Here is the PDF od the full […] Continue reading
Redlands showcased on the small screen Set to air in March are two television series shot in film-friendly Redland City last year – four-part SBS psychological thriller Safe Harbour and 10-part Australian crime drama series Harrow – both set to give nation-wide and international viewers a taste of what the […] Continue reading
Walker Group’s Weinam Creek proposal will not proceed Redland City Council has announced that in conjunction with Walker Group, a decision has been made not to proceed with Walker Group’s Weinam Creek Priority Development Area project proposal. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council would instead take on […] Continue reading
Council appalled at budget proposal to sell Birkdale land for unneeded housing Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the city has been blindsided by a Federal Government move to sell Commonwealth Land at Birkdale for 400 houses, labelling it as deplorable. Cr Williams said Council had been trying to buy […] Continue reading
Have your say on dogs, parking and other proposed local law amendments from 23 May All members of the community are invited to have their say on a collection of draft local law amendments put before Redland City Council’s General Council meeting this week. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams […] Continue reading
Council Cover up or just Council Copycat? Perhaps Contempt? Cut and paste. We all do it. It’s so easy, where on Earth would we be without the Ctrl C and Ctrl V combinations? (Ctrl C is copy, Ctrl V is paste) It’s one of the first things that computer users […] Continue reading
- From the 'fix' to the 'delivery': How Christopher Pyne's replacement plans to outdo him 25th June 2019Christopher Pyne famously declared himself a "fixer". Now Melissa Price, the woman taking over his old job, has vowed to go further — dubbing herself the "deliverer".Andrew Greene
- Scott Morrison says Donald Trump's trade war with China is causing global collateral damage 25th June 2019Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will warn the global trading system is under real pressure as the relationship between China and the US continues to deteriorate.Stephanie Dalzell
- ABC, Nine and News Corp bosses demand law changes after AFP raids 25th June 2019In a rare show of public unity, three of the nation's media bosses are demanding greater protections for whistleblowers and journalists after recent police raids.Matthew Doran
- Apartment owners 'stuck with a property that is virtually worthless' after building defects found 25th June 2019Apartment owners around Australia are worried they are living in structurally unsound buildings with little choice but to pay for the defects themselves.Julia Holman
- 'The right thing to do': Victoria's public schools to ban mobile phones from 2020 25th June 2019Victoria's Education Minister announces students in primary and secondary public schools will need to lock up their phones during school hours in a bid to disrupt cyberbullying and get kids talking to each other in the schoolyard.
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